How To Root Android Device Using MotoChopper

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There are many devices which cannot be rooted easily using other apps or software. MotoChopper is able to root many devices. So in this post, we are going to discuss how to root android device using MotoChopper. Check out why to Root Android Device & how to Backup Android Device.


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Requirements

  1. MotoChopper (Download link). (Password: techrrival.com)
  2. Android device drivers.
  3. USB Cable.
  4. Windows PC/Laptop.
  5. An Android device.

Steps to Root Android device using MotoChopper

Warning:- This can potentially brick your device. So follow the instructions carefully. Neither I or anyone except you is responsible for your device. This will also void your warranty.

  1. Download and install drivers for your device.
  2. Download MotoChopper and extract it on your computer.
  3. Enable USB Debugging on your device.(Go to Settings -> Developers Option -> Tick USB Debugging Option)(In case you does not find developer options on your device, then go to Settings -> About -> Tap on build number many times. A popup will show that you are now a developer.)
  4. Connect your device to your computer.
  5. Open run.bat.
  6. Accept permissions(if asked) on your device.
  7. Your device will automatically reboot.
  8. Check whether Android device is rooted or not

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